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Jan 13, 2013 9:00pm EST
election? >> i will certainly join my honorable friend in that. the people in our job centers up and down the country do an excellent job helping people to find work and to make sure that they get all the help they need. the fact is that the unemployment rate today is lower than the rate that we inherited at the last election. over the last year, job creation in britain was faster than in any other g-7 country. we still have a long way to go to rebalance our economy and to get the growth in the private sector that we need, but we are on the right track -- 1 million new private sector jobs over the last two years, the fastest rate of new business creation for decades. there are good signs that the economy is rebalancing. we need to encourage that by staying on top of our deficit and getting it down, rather than just giving in on every decision, as we have seen today from the labour party. >> according to the children's society, up to 40,000 soldiers, 150,000 teachers and 300,000 nurses will lose out as a result of the prime minister's decision to cut tax credits and other benefits. why are
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